Sexual dysfunction and the preservation of manhood: experiences of men with prostate cancer.

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This study explored the experiences of men living with sexual dysfunction as a consequence of having been treated for prostate cancer. An ethnoculturally diverse sample of 18 men (14 heterosexual, and four homosexual) participated in a series of four to five in-depth interviews. These one-on-one interviews were designed to elicit information pertaining to… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1359105302007003223

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@article{Fergus2002SexualDA, title={Sexual dysfunction and the preservation of manhood: experiences of men with prostate cancer.}, author={Karen Fergus and Ross E. Gray and Margaret Isabel Fitch}, journal={Journal of health psychology}, year={2002}, volume={7 3}, pages={303-16} }